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Moderately critical

H264WebCam HTTP Request Parsing Denial of Service

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Release Date:  2010-06-21    Last Update:  2010-06-23    Views:  2,340

Secunia Advisory SA40299

Where:

From remote

Impact:

DoS

Solution Status:

Unpatched

Software:

CVE Reference(s):

Description


A vulnerability has been discovered in H264WebCam, which can be exploited by malicious people to cause a DoS (Denial of Service).

The vulnerability is caused due to a NULL pointer dereference error when parsing GET requests received by the embedded web interface and can be exploited to crash the application.

The vulnerability is confirmed in version 3.7. Other versions may also be affected.


Solution:
Restrict access to the web service.

Provided and/or discovered by:
fl0 fl0w

Original Advisory:
http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/13920/

Deep Links:
Links available to Secunia VIM customers

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